A good way to know where your kids are is to have the sort of relationship with them in which they tell you the truth each and every time. But for parents who have a strained relationship with their children, well, here’s a few apps for you. Here are some apps that will aid you in protecting your cover as you track your kids’ online movements
mSpy is the #1 used cell phone tracking app on earth. Its big selling point is that you can observe many things with it, including what they text, who they call, what apps they use, GPS location, the number of contacts, and much more. And from parents/guardians who have used it, they all say it works fabulously.
While the arena of spying apps isn’t inadequate, reliability and easy to use are issues to be measured. The average US teen typically is in contact with others on electronic devices for over 10 hours a day. For those that are 16, 1 in 3 have done or said something regrettably online.
The Spy Bubble
The Spy Bubble is another jack-of-all spying app, used for monitoring the phone of your suspected cheating significant other. Its site does provide some warning, if scary, worldly info you might find helpful. We’re still reeling from this one regarding online photos: Never let your kids put their pics online. Yes, everyone does it and over 10% of those kids are harassed because of photoshopping done on their pics. The worst bullying of this kind is done by girls since the reputation of a female is one of the most delicate things in the world.
The Phone Sheriff
One great feature of the Phone Sheriff is that it lets you set time limits on your kid’s device. You want “you can use your cell for an hour” to really mean one hour? This app will shut it down and lock the phone after 60 minutes.